INDIA: United Breweries gears up portfolio expansion - reports

By just-drinks.com editorial team | 12 May 2008

India's United Breweries has plans to release low alcohol and fruit-flavoured beers as part of its plan to fight increased competition from international brewers in the country, according to local press reports.

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India's United Breweries has plans to release low alcohol and fruit-flavoured beers as part of its plan to fight increased competition from international brewers in the country, according to local press reports.

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